The explosive street art scene first in Georgetown, Penang, then spread to the rest of Malaysia and even Singapore, could be attributed single-handedly to Lithuanian artist, Ernest Zacharevic.
During a recent media familiarisation trip to Penang at the invitation of Gaya Travel Magazine and Tourism Malaysia Penang, we made a lunch stop at Jawi House Café Gallery, a … Read More
The honey pickles produced by Pak Ali Food Industries Sdn. Bhd. are snacks that are difficult to resist.
Dubbed Asia’s Hidden Eden, Penang’s Tropical Spice Garden in Teluk Bahang, is spread across eight acres of secondary jungle, of which 4.5 acres are open to the public.
Wedged in a row of shop houses along Jalan Green Hall in Georgetown, with an unassuming facade is Penang Time Tunnel, the History Museum.
With the objective of providing guests with an unforgettable experience at an affordable price, Lost Paradise Resort is a tropical haven nestled within 90,000 sq. ft. of land that fronts … Read More
Although I have been to Penang numerous times, I have never been up Penang Hill. Well, travelling as a family, concurrence from all members was required and there was always … Read More
Kuala Lumpur’s iconic original open top double-decker buses are now in Penang! Launched on November 16, 2014, since then, visitors to Penang can see and experience the island’s attractions like … Read More
Jump Café is part of the Jump Street trampoline park facility, which serves healthy Western-style cuisine.
Following the success of Jump Street trampoline park in Petaling Jaya, a second park in the country was opened in Penang on Jan 10, 2015.